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21 Jul 2021

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Pharmacist’s significant contribution to the future of the profession

23 Jun 2021

Roughly 3,400 pharmacist interns have passed through the EVOLVE Intern Training Programme under the guidance of Debbie Wallace.

The Society’s Chief Executive Richard Townley says, “Debbie made a very significant contribution to the future of the profession through her leadership of the EVOLVE programme over the past 15 years.”

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Support Kete

College Education and Training are excited to announce our second Kete for 2021 - Support. Our Support kete is about Addictions and Opioid Substitution Therapy. Head to the registration page to learn more.

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Wellbeing Kete

2020 was a challenging year for all of us and so in 2021 College Education and Training is focusing on wholeness and wellness for both the individual pharmacist and their patients. We are excited to announce our first Kete for 2021 - Wellbeing. Head to the registration page to learn more.

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Aug

NZHPA MICP Cardiology Seminar 2021

The MICP SIG is happy to present a cardiology themed symposia in Palmerston North. We hope that you will be able to join us in person this year. We have a busy programme with presentations from a cardiologist, haematologist, and cardiology and specialist pharmacists up dating us on changes in cardiology and presenting interesting and relevant cases. The material should be of interest to cardiology pharmacists, ward pharmacists and any pharmacists that have patients with cardiac issues.

WHEN: Saturday 14 to Sunday 15 August 2021

WHERE: Palmerston North

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